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  • adj. picniclike


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picnic +‎ -y


  • Although, from a my perspective, really tiny ants--and TONS of them scattered about--would be more "picnicky" than the ones from the Big & Cutsie aisle.

    Oh, Bugger

  • Supper was a picnicky sort of affair—blankets and cushions on the floor and a toasty fire.

    Exit the Actress

  • As I mentioned on Friday, I was in a picnicky kind of mood, which was handy, since I was already planning on making oven-fried chicken based on this Chowhound recipe.

    Question: How'd That Chicken Turn Out?

  • At first the officers messed in the open in picnicky fashion.

    The Fifth Battalion Highland Light Infantry in the War 1914-1918

  • Besides, he did not feel like being sprightly and picnicky with Nancy beside him.

    Tutors' Lane

  • Me and Williams had a real picnicky, sociable time.

    The Depot Master

  • So the men and maids went off to the wheat-fields, as if they were going to a frolic; and there was a happy sense of freedom, with the picnicky dinner, and the general air of things being left to themselves about the house.

    The Squire of Sandal-Side A Pastoral Romance

  • This prevalence of snowy costumes gave the promenade deck an invitingly cool, and cheerful and picnicky aspect.

    Following the Equator — Part 1

  • Lewis termed a jolly day, a picnicky day, to be extended into night, and to include any place, or to be cut short or extended according to whim.

    Rivers of Ice

  • So next time round I go to enormous trouble to buy German picnicky things of a sort I don't keep at home, because she wrote me a note telling me to.

    Toytown Germany - Germany feed


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